I nearly didn’t join in this week
But the word fallen, (this weeks’s #SundayStills prompt), was rolling around in my brain for days – all the different ways you could interpret it. Would I go for the literal fallen leaves, rain, or snow? Or would I do something entirely different?
I was very busy with grandmotherly duties over the weekend and didn’t find time to sit and write my #SundayStills post but as the thoughts of fallen kept bothering me, here I am….just a few days late! (Thanks for giving me a nudge Donna).
I’ve taken the approach of using fallen in a few different ways and it’s been a fun exercise! Hope you enjoy my selection this week 🙂
This video was taken a few years ago now but it still makes me laugh. Here I am racing with my daughters in a trampoline park – it wasn’t pretty, but my goodness it was fun!
I’ve Fallen in Love
My latest love affair started two weeks ago when my fourth grandchild was born. But I’ve fallen in love before, when I’ve met each of my grandchildren.
I felt similar love when my three daughters were born but being a grandmother is a completely different love, would you agree?
The love just shines from my face 🙂
The love between a grandmother and a grandchild is forever!
Fallen out of favour
I haven’t seen too many slinkies out and about lately – have they fallen out of favour with kids? I know I had fun playing with this slinky a few years ago.
We’ve had fun making gingerbread houses over the years and the last time was a bit of a disaster, with the house falling down before we could even start eating it! Still tasted good.
Where I walk.
Fallen from the sky
The sky gives us so much beauty!
Night has fallen
Well it’s nearly night…from a variety of different locations.
You can check out Terri’s post here and others who have left links to their fallen posts in the comments – it’s always worth checking out how others have interpreted the theme.
Thanks Terri for another great prompt for #SundayStills – remember Sunday can be any day, I’m proof of that!
Next week’s prompt is a colour one – Ruby Red so get your thinking caps on!
Thanks for joining me again this week!
I may have fallen but I’m still bold!
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A tragic accident at age 17, resulting in a Bravery Award from the Queen, didn’t deter Debbie from travelling the world. A young retiree, after being made redundant from her 22 year career managing education programs in a men’s correctional centre, she now loves reading, blogging, riding her ebike and a good cup of tea! Also known as Granny Debs to her 4 grandchildren.
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